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Friday, March 21, 2014

Pancit Bihon or Bam-E Recipe

Pancit Bihon/ Bam-E Recipe

Happy Friday! Everyone:)
Wohoo! It's Friday once again and I have a confession to all of you. I'm a Noodle Lover! Yes! I can pretty much eat noodles every week. I don't even mind eating it everyday (hahaha). This week, I'm sharing my ultimate favorite combo. Yup! It's the combination of Pancit Canton and Bihon which is my two ultimate favorite ingredients. Back home, we call it BAM-E but some of my friends called it Pancit Bihon- which basically the combination of two different kind of noodles. The cooking process is not differ from stir fried noodles or chow mien. YUM! Guess what, I have for my breakfast today? heheheh

The reason why I love Noodles especially Pancit..wink!
- It's delicious and super easy to make. We are talking about less than 30 minutes preparation. Isn't it perfect for quick fix dinner?
- Very affordable and can feed a large crowd, so perfect for get together and parties, a crowd pleaser indeed.
- Very versatile, It can be entree or appetizer and can be served hot or cold
- Almost everyone I know, love this DISH. It just so FUN to eat, especially for kids and kids at heart!:)

Do you love noodles or pancit as much as I do?  Share me your thoughts or maybe your favorite ingredients on your pancit! The cooking process varied from region to region and they all equally delicious. This recipe is my own version that I learned from my Mom. So, feel free to change something or anything according to your taste preference. So grab your noodles, vegetables and meat of your choice and lets start cooking. :) wink....

 Notes:
- Some of the ingredients are optional. You can add your favorite vegetables and meat if you like. Taste according to your preference.



Directions:
1.) Put a warm water on large bowl, Add the Bihon or rice noodles and let it soak for about 10 minutes or so or until its soften. Meanwhile, chopped all the vegetables and put little soy sauce of choice of meat. Set aside.
2.) Add little oil in large pan. Put the chopped marinated pork and let it brown. Add little oil if you have too, then add the onion, garlic and pepper. Saute for couple minutes.
3.) Add the chopped vegetables. Let it cook for like 5 minutes, Add little water and your pansit bihon sauce mix, if you don't have one soy sauce will do. 
4.) Add the pancit canton and drained bihon. Combine all the ingredients. Add salt and pepper or soy sauce to achieve that nice brown color that your looking for.
5.) Let it stand for couple minutes until everything cooked. Taste and DONE!
6.) Enjoy it with family and friends..:) YUM!

How easy it is? pretty easy huh.. and its delicious:) Until next time everyone. Grab your plate let's have some Bam-E. Keep browsing for some of your favorite recipes. Enjoy the rest of the week and I'll see you in few days!:)

x0x0x0- Melgie

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54 comments:

  1. Just saw the pansit recipe from Daddy Allan, and now this. Makes me want to go out and buy some pancit early in the morning :)

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    1. I love pansit too!:) You should grab some..:) Thanks

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  2. The recipe looks delicious. Even though I don't eat pork, I can adapt the recipe.

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    1. You can totally substitute the meat of your choice or you can totally make it vegetarian pancit. Thanks:)

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  3. I do love noodles - especially with alfredo and chicken :)

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  4. We also call this variation Bam-e sis here in Negros. I never tried cooking it before actually, your recipe sounds good though. I will refer back here when I need to make it on my own. Thanks!

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  5. wow. looks delicious! :D

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  6. I love pancit too, but you make it more special:) Nice!

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  7. Pancit is one of those dishes that I always cook every week. My family loves pancit, especially my hubby. :-)

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    1. My kids loved them! sarap kumain ng pancit..:) Thanks!

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  8. Before, I am not into pancit but loves to cook this. You can actually do some variations in this dish. I tried adding evaporated milk, peanuts and even togue or mungbean sprouts.

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    1. I add some shrimp sometimes and other vegetables depends on the mood. Thanks~:)

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  9. From what I know Pancit Bihon is different from Bam-I. But thanks for sharing your recipes

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    1. They are totally different wasn't sure how to call the combination of pancit and bihon hehehee but we call it bam-e back home..:)

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  10. i like pancit kaso medyo nasawa ako nun laging nabili un mom ko for merienda.. hehe

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    1. hehehe kakasawa din minsan no..heheh Thanks, Aby:)

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  11. Pansit Bihon/ Bam-E is also one my favorite. Pero hindi ko pa kayang lutuin :D laging d ko makuha ung tamang dami ng sabaw bago ilagay ung pansit ;(

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    1. I've been in same situation before. Just keep doing it until you got the perfect sauce.:)

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  12. I love noodles as well, but with pancit I prefer canton, but I also like the combi. I would love to try to cook this, looks very easy. thanks for sharing.

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    1. Welcome! let me know how it work out for you:)

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  13. I didn't know you have to soak the noodles first! We put it straight into the sauce. Will try your style next time.

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    1. You can put it straight to the sauce too. That just how I used to do it. I've seen my Mom doing it so parang nakasanayan ko na din.:) Thanks!:)

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  14. This is hands-down my son's favorite dish. Like you, we soak the noodles din before cooking, pero minsan, pag nagmamadali, diretso na! Hehe

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  15. This is hands-down my son's favorite dish. Like you, we soak the noodles din before cooking, pero minsan, pag nagmamadali, diretso na! Hehe

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    1. Sometimes we do diretso method din depend on the mood. This is also my kids favorite food:) Thanks!

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  16. One of the first Pinoy meal that my husband enjoyed is this, pancit. I never thought he'll like it. 2nd is Tilapia :)

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    1. My husband love this dish too and so my kiddies. :) Thank you, Sis:)

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  17. My husband is the pancit or noodle lover..but then, he is also Chinese!

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    1. I think pancit is always LOVED:) Thank you

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  18. Yes, we call it Bam-E when we use both bihon and pancit into the dish. I have never tried cooking pancit. Probably because it will be compared to the pancit of my aunt's former cook. hehe

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    1. We do too! I wasn't sure about the title:) Thanks!

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  19. Perfect for birthdays. I usually cook the bihon but I have eaten this before. Now, I know how to cook it.

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    1. Awesome! We usually have this dish on birthdays as well. Thanks:)

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  20. I am not fond of eating pancit but Daddy A loves cooking it so medyo nasanay na ako. I am more on pasta kasi hehe. Mukhang masarap pancit mo sis :)

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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    1. Thank you, Sis:) Nakasayana na din ni hubby ko kumain nito..:)

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  21. This is a staple in our house! My mommy and I loves this a lot and just last week we had pancit bihon and it tasted really good!

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    1. Sound so good. I imagine you and your Mom eating pancit bihon. Thank you, Sis

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  22. I heard a lot about this dish. It seems a very popular Filipino dish.. will try it out one of these days.

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    1. Its pretty popular dish. Let me know what you come up with..:) Thanks!

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  23. Speaking of Pansit, I just ate Pad Thai earlier. hihi

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  24. I love pansit! I don't care much for pasta but pag pansit, hayy sira ang diet

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  25. Oooh that looks super yummy!!! Question, what exactly is BamE noodles? Heehee, I am not familiar!

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    1. Bam-E is not a noodles its a term that we used to call when the rice noddles ( Bihon) and the canton noodles combine. It's a combination of two noodles and I have no idea why we called it BAM-E:) Thanks!

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  26. Is there anything left? can you send me a platter pls.

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  27. I just had Pancit again earlier. :)

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